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Updated Seven Corners Statement: Iceland Volcanic Eruption

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Travel insurance carriers release position statements when current events affect coverage.  The following is a position statement from Seven Corners on the volcanic eruption in Iceland.  Seven Corners has policies underwritten by Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company and by US Fire.

Nationwide:

“The NW protection plan must have been purchased on or before April 14, 2010 OR on or after May 5, 2010 to be eligible for coverage.  Coverage also applies to anyone who purchased a plan on or after April 24, 2010 if their trip departs May 6, 2010 or thereafter and the resulting cancellation occurs after May 6.  Resulting volcanic ash clouds will be considered a covered reason due to weather and loss due to the physical eruption of a volcano will be considered a covered reason under natural disaster.  Coverage is subject to the terms and conditions of the policy.”

US Fire:

“The USF protection plan must have been purchased on or before April 14, 2010 OR on or after May 5, 2010 to be eligible for coverage.  Coverage also applies to anyone who purchased a plan on or after April 24, 2010 if their trip departs May 6, 2010 or thereafter and the resulting cancellation occurs after May 6.  Resulting volcanic ash clouds will be considered a covered reason due to weather and loss due to the physical eruption of a volcano will be considered a covered reason under natural disaster.  Coverage is subject to the terms and conditions of the policy.”